[arch-dev-public] providing grsecurity in [community]
massimiliano.torromeo at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 04:44:21 EDT 2014
In data lunedì 21 aprile 2014 22:24:26, Gaetan Bisson ha scritto:
> Here on earth, Bartłomiej (who said nothing against separate repos) and
> the guy who breaks every thread he replies to are just two people out of
> ten in this discussion. And why didn't you chime in and gave us your
> arguments against separate repos? How relevant is it whether you are
> happy or not if you said nothing of it in the discussion?!?
Because I simply agreed with points already expressed by others and I didn't
think "+1s" would help the discussion.
In data sabato 19 aprile 2014 11:11:18, Connor Behan ha scritto:
> Hah. I would just like to add that unofficial repositories are usually a
> dead end.
> 1. Maintainer adds kernel to his own repository and tries to advertise
> it in the forums.
> 2. Only 10 people install it.
> 3. Maintainer decides it's not worth the work and takes down the repo.
> With [community] there is a much higher probability that packages will
> be popular and maintained for awhile.
This is the quote I remembered agreeing with.
And looking back at the discussion I have to admit that Bartłomiej didn't
really argument against separate repo but expressed his desire for grsec in
> You can pull all the excuses you want, but no consensus was reached.
> Pressing ahead with something so controversial while the discussion is
> still going on is a plain and simple lack of respect for the opinion and
> advice of fellow developers and TUs.
I am not saying that consensus was reached because it definetely was not, but
at the same time I also don't feel like there is any need for consensus here
as it seems to me that this is a package just like any other.
Feedback was requested and taken into consideration, concerns were addressed
and, as explained, this ended up being a self-contained package. If this
results in problems that have not been considered it can be easily removed.
Massimiliano "mtorromeo" Torromeo
Arch Linux TU
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